Managing water crisis

This is in reference to water crisis prevailing in many parts of the country.
Water is one of the basic and essential needs of living beings. Every drop of water is precious.
Human mind is tricky. When in abundance, we will not know the value; but when we are deprived of its availability and are subjected to severe problems we understand the worth of gifts of nature. We even will fight each other to the last selfishly to overcome crises.
Over the last 2/ 3 years the PHE has made earnest efforts in redressal of grievance by implementation of most of the suggestions brought to the notice of authorities concerned, thereby much improvement is observed for supply of water to consumers at scheduled hours as compared to the past. Still there are some vulnerable identified spots which demand trouble shooting on priority for ensuring supply of water without any leakages.
Sharing the post in the hope that the authorities will not settle into complacency / stagnation. Need to keep it up PHE. Yes, not only Dept, but consumers too need to be responsible to highlight deficiencies/ suggestions to concerned authorities for timely remedial action. Not to give up. To change happenings, it requires more than goodwill, willingness to act, and to do so decisively.
P K Mam
Shankar vihar
Talab Tillo, Jammu.